Come September 30th, 2020, the system in which you report is being replaced by the Canada Export Reporting System (CERS). Keep reading to learn more about this change.
There are several changes that affect everyone involved in the import and export of goods to and from the U.S., Canada, and Mexico. Being mindful of these distinctions will prevent errors that could cost you later.
Having a shipment of flowers spoil at a port of entry because the paperwork is incomplete or incorrect is not only frustrating, it can be costly, and with the world economy the way it is, it’s more important than ever to have a smooth, easy, and efficient way to import flowers and plants into Canada.
International commerce terms, more commonly known as Incoterms, are a set of international rules for the interpretation of the most commonly used trade …
With the season coming to a close, we thought we would share the most common we encountered with tips on how to avoid them with future shipments. Top Reasons For Delay With CFIA Regulated Goods.
Oftentimes with food-related imports, the culprit of those pesky border delays can be traced back to one or more of these top 10 Food and Drug Administration (FDA) compliance errors. Understanding what they are and why they are happening can help you mitigate future delays.
In this blog we will take a look at the steps Importers and Freight Forwarders can take to ensure their goods are not on the ‘forbidden list’ and be denied entry.
Canadian Deputy Prime Minister, Chrystia Freeland, announced a "reciprocal, balanced dollar-for-dollar" countermeasure. To that end, the Department of Finance has opened a consultation for Canadian businesses to provide their concerns or support to the proposed countermeasures.
In a Proclamation signed by President Donald Trump on Thursday, August 6, 2020, the U.S. is set to reimpose the 10% tariff on aluminum imports from Canada under Section 232. This is hard-hitting news for many companies who felt the relief of these duties that were lifted in May of 2019.
There is no distinction between personal or commercial cat importation into Canada. Therefore importing a Cat from the U.S. into Canada has fewer requirements than their canine counterparts.